Jan Dara: The Finale

Jan Dara: The Finale

Based on a famous Thai erotic novel, the film tells the story of Jan, a boy who grows up in a house lorded over by his sadistic and debauched father, Luang Wisnan. Set in the 1930′s the story recounts the growing pains of Jan, whose mother dies while giving birth to him and who’s intensely hated by his father. Jan grows up with Aunt Wad, his stepmother, and he struggles to reconcile his guilt and longing with different women in his life, including a girl called Hyacinth, whom he adores, and later Madame Boonleung, his father’s lover who becomes a key to Jan’s sexual awakening.

Based on a famous Thai erotic novel, the film tells the story of Jan, a boy who grows up in a house lorded over by his sadistic and debauched father, Luang Wisnan. Set in the 1930′s the story recounts the growing pains of Jan, whose mother dies while giving birth to him and who’s intensely hated by his father. Jan grows up with Aunt Wad, his stepmother, and he struggles to reconcile his guilt and longing with different women in his life, including a girl called Hyacinth, whom he adores, and later Madame Boonleung, his father’s lover who becomes a key to Jan’s sexual awakening. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Greg T (br) wrote: I can watch this over and over

Mohammad H (fr) wrote: Looks very promising!

Timothy M (nl) wrote: What a great movie! It's nice to see God portrayed in a realistic way in a movie.

Matthew O (au) wrote: Awesome and somewhat has similarities to Star Wars.

Adam B (ag) wrote: what a stat about the green VW beetle, it appears in the car chase 14 times. i tried to count the 14 times but i was always 1 or 2 lights.If Ruud Gullit was a film critic, he would say in his Dutch accent " this is a sexy film "

Dave R (it) wrote: a nostalgic, fish out of water, coming of age story set at the end of WW2. good performances overall. a bit cliched in some respects - the cross-section of people you meet in the army- but it's forgivable.

Dave J (ag) wrote: Tuesday, November 16, 2010 (1942) The Black Swan ADVENTURE/ ROMANCE/ ACTION Spain had just signed a treaty with another country -I forgot which other country! So the leader of the so-called pirates of that other country decide to lay down it's arms and come to a truce by agreement of some sort and by electing the leader of the pirates to be a governer of Jamaica! Between the two second-in-command pirates, one decides to follow the him wherever he goes as opposed to the other decides to go the other way! Double crossings galore and treachery happen along the way! Little movie making little impact especially the action which is not bad since it does appear that the actors were using real swords but the 'speeding the camera' to make it seemed like they're really sword duelling is quite evident here as with most other sword fighting films made during that era! As well, the film doesn't seem to address all the bad people that were involved with the treachery! I liked this film for it's idea but it seemed that the director of this film had already used up all it's budget and had to settle with this quick ending! A very low "B" or c+! 3 out of 4

Steve A (de) wrote: If you are going to base a story on a historical event at least make an effort to get the facts right. Yes I know there is the usual disclaimer in the credits but:1. Bad start. In the opening intro it says William the Conquerer ordered "The Harrowing" of the North. No, it was called "The Harrying of the North" in 1069/70.2. There were no stone castles with concentric walls and round towers. The Normans built "Motte and Bailey" Castles eg A large mound with wooden fortifications surrounded by a wooden curtain wall. The Tower of London (known as "The White Tower) was built after the period of this film and all stone castle followed this. They all had square towers for the next 150 or so years.3. In the film the soldiers appear to be dressed in silver foil instead of mail. They look like turkeys before the oven. I know real mail is expensive but really!!Nice try Messrs. Weedon,Read and Unthank - 2/10 Must try better next time. History is far too important to treat like this. Perhaps a true telling of the Norman Conquest itself?!! But can we trust you?